Oneida Indian Nation is ready for an entirely new chapter of its gaming development, willing to introduce more to the people willing to take a chance. The tribal casino operator announced the grand opening of its brand new The Lake House gambling venue located at Sylvan Beach. Everyone interested is welcome to check everything up for grabs out now.
For quite a while, the Native American tribe has been working on its brand new gaming venue offering more to the people seeking a challenge. The new venue is located at Sylvan Beach, making it one of the hotspots in the area. Projections are that the new gaming offerings are going to attract them and guarantee them a fun time on the premises.
New Tribal Gaming Hotspot
The Native American tribe is ready to unveil its next project and everything coming with it, as the support of players is essential for its daily operation and various projects. Sylvan Beach welcomed the brand new gaming location coming with a more family-friendly offering too. The dining zone of The Lake House will bring diversity to the region, introducing premium dishes for everyone.
July 27 was an important date for the tribal nation, as it saw the official opening ceremony of this brand new venue. Several leaders of the tribal nation were there for the celebration, as this is a milestone for the Oneida Indian Nation. Those were Ray Halbritter, Oneida Nation Representative and Nation Enterprises Chief Executive Officer, along with Anthony Picente, Oneida County Executive, Greg Lancette, President of the Central/Northern Building Trades, as well as Greg Horan, Mayor of Sylvan Beach.
All parties involved in the new gaming project were there for the official ribbon-cutting ceremony, celebrating the progress done so far. The new gaming location comes with a total of 100 slot machines available, bringing diverse titles closer to the players. They will get the chance to explore everything in-person whenever they feel like it.
The Lake House also comes with both indoor and outdoor lakefront dining options that will be perfect for the summer months. Bringing a great view for the people frequenting them is essential for the tribal nation. Along with them, the new hotspot also comes with a spacious patio. Individuals above the age of 18 are welcome to explore everything up for grabs in the safest way possible. The Safer Together protocols are still in place.
Oneida Indian Nation is careful when it comes to the launch process, as well as the subsequent daily operation at the gaming venue. The new facility will have to restrict the access of individuals traveling from any of the 31 states and two countries identified as having increased cases. This will protect both gaming hall staff members and the other patrons making their way there.
Upon entering they should also be ready for the screening that will confirm they are healthy and can enter the tribal gaming venue. Face masks are also mandatory for both the patrons and workers of The Lake House.